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BREAKING: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Blasts Biden Over Russia-Ukraine Crisis


Marjorie Taylor Greene
Marjorie Taylor Greene (Photo by @Marjorie Taylor Greene via Facebook)

Congresswoman Marjorie Talor Greene slammed President Joe Biden over Russia-Ukraine Crisis. Rep. MTG released her statement through official social media handles where she talks about various issues like Putin invading Ukraine, NATO's response etc. She said:

It’s no surprise to anyone that Putin invaded Ukraine.
Biden gave him the green light by saying the US is not going to war with Russia and will remain united with and only defend its NATO member nation allies. Ukraine was not allowed to join NATO.

Earlier last year, Biden took off the Trump-placed sanctions on Nord Stream 2 making life easier for Putin, and now Biden reimposes them with other “tough” sanctions?

Russia doesn’t care about economic sanctions, they are trading with China - the number 2 economy in the world. And China is not honoring the trade deal made under Trump Admin. to buy $200 billion of US exports. It’s not difficult to see where this is going. 

The weakness oozing from the White House is nauseating and seen from around the world. In just over a year, the United States is no longer the strong respected nation it was under President Donald J. Trump and now the war has erupted ending world peace.

You can check all her tweets here, regarding Russia-Ukraine Crisis

Biden is a failure to the US and the world. Tragically, America’s foreign policy strategy over the past 20 years has been more for corporate profit and not for America’s security and our own national interest.

War is big business to our leaders. From the defense manufacturers to buy/sell decisions on how war and rumors of war affect the market to the foreign nations that our corporations send our American jobs based on allies & enemies, it’s all business.

The real cost of human lives and suffering is only a small cost in their eyes and images of flag-draped coffins are used to bolster “patriotism” to continue to fight the countries they tell us are our enemies. Profit over peace is an awful and failed policy.

Our response to this should be to immediately and aggressively secure our borders. And decisively and radically move to bring our manufacturing back home and stop trade with Russia & China. Bring our critical manufacturing back home NOW.

Put our young men to work instead of war and foreign nation-building. In just a few years all of America would be winning again.
Then the entire world would see our incredible strength and independence and they would respect us and fear us again. 
America First.

From the wall of Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. She is representing Georgia’s 14th District. You can also check the complete thread of this text from his official Twitter account attached below.



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